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What is 'irrecoverable carbon' and how do we protect the ecosystems that store it?

All kinds of ecosystems — lush rainforest, muddy peatland, shady mangroves — contain eons of stored carbon. Image: Dan Maisey / Unsplash

Monica Noon

Senior Manager, Data Science for Resilience, Conservation International

Allie Goldstein

Director, Climate Protection, Conservation International

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